Cauliflower Fritters

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There is a massive search on the internet of people searching for cauliflower recipes like roasted cauliflower recipe, loaded cauliflower casserole recipe, cauliflower soup recipe and of course the classic cauliflower casserole healthy recipe. Thank you to Kelli and Kim at Relative Taste’ food blog for sharing this quick and fool proof Cauliflower Fritters recipe with us. Kelli is a speech therapist who loves creating adventurous dishes. Kim is a public school special education teacher, who loves creating memorable comfort food. Both love experimenting and creating healthy dishes that are sure to make you want more.

Their Cauliflower Fritters recipe is a perfect combination of both Kelli and Kim’s cooking style, savoury and unique. It’s a savoury comfort food with a healthy twist. The main ingredient in this delicious dinner recipe is cauliflower. If there were a prize for the most versatile vegetable, cauliflower would take the win. Not to mention, it’s incredibly healthy for you. Cauliflower is not only low in fat and carbs, but it’s packed with nutrients such as vitamin C, K, B6, protein, fibre (the list goes on). When you think superfood, think cauliflower. This magical vegetable is also known to boost heart health, fight cancer and be a great anti-inflammatory, among other things.

Kelli and Kim’s cauliflower fritters recipe are very similar to mimicking a potato pancake. It’s also simple to make. One step that you have to make sure not to forget is draining the all the moisture and water from the cauliflower before you put it into the food processor. If you forget this step, you’ll be left with more of a cauliflower soup. A healthier option? All of the ingredients in this recipe are pretty on the ball when it comes to nutrition. If you want to go one step, further try frying your cauliflower fritters in coconut oil instead. This lovely oil is not only good for your skin but it contains nutrients, aids in weight loss and is rich in lauric acid. Lauric acid is a beneficial ingredient because it helps kill bacteria and viruses.

Kelli and Kim use sharp cheese in their cauliflower recipe. Cauliflower on its own does not contain much flavour, which makes it such an excellent ingredient to add to a lot of meals because you can create the taste yourself. In this particular cauliflower recipe, Kelli and Kim create a burst of flavour by using strong cheeses (cheddar and parmesan). Our suggestion, play around with this. Gouda or American cheddar would also be a great addition or substitution to this mouth watering dish. ‘Relative Taste’ Cauliflower Fritters recipe creates a tasteful, comfort food with a healthy twist. This fritter recipe is a perfect meal to have any time of the day, whether it be for breakfast or just coming in from a long day at work. Not to mention, it’s an excellent and sneaky way to get someone to have their vegetables, without even knowing there’s vegetables in it! The cauliflower fritters are light and nutritious, yet still satisfying and scrumptious. It’s the perfect comfort food without after comfort guilt.*

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